VJs on Facebook: An App, An AU Group

Facebook is becoming a nice little hang for visualists – I’ve actually sorted a gig or two on the service. Now, “give a gift” apps are a meme unto themselves, but you certainly haven’t seen one like this. Zac Darko writes: I recently made the worlds first (maybe) VJ app on Facebook, thought you’d think it was cool. http://apps.facebook.com/vj-gear-cgejcf/&link=dashboard?ref=ts CDM once covered a vintage synths Facebook app. Also, I created a Facebook group for Aus VJ’s to have a place to catch up, here: http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=56443341464&topic=6962&ref=mf#/group.php?gid=56443341464 I love the hardware lineup on Zac’s app, though, um, I think we also need …

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Meaningless Fun: Facebook “Give an Analog Synth” App

  Here’s the one and only Facebook app you’ll ever hear me get enthusiastic about. You know the Facebook apps, of course – this overhyped “platform” generally involves time-wasting, spam-like “Someone you barely know just sent you a cupcake” emails. But I like this one: Analog Synths

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Web2 Watch: Mixaloo Launches “Digital Mix Tapes”

Mixaloo is a new service for building digital mix tapes. Counter-clockwise from upper left: assemble tracks, get recommendations and previews (or add your own recommendations), promote your mix online (via an embeddable widget), and make custom skins and cover art. The Web holds huge potential for music sharing and music discovery, but figuring out how to make that potential work — and how to navigate copyright and licensing laws in the process – has been a major challenge. This week, the creators of the website Mixaloo promised to “bring mix tapes into the digital age.” Whether you buy into that …

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